J.K. Rowling Book For Adults
March 26, 2012 by staff
J.K. Rowling Book For Adults, If you clicked on this article looking for new facts about J.K. Rowling’s newest book, you will find none here. In fact, you won’t find them anywhere. (Don’t even bother going to Rowling’s agent’s website, which has a picture of the book’s “cover” that’s not so much helpful as it is intellectually insulting.)
Rather, brace yourself for some blatant speculation from an excited Rowling fan regarding the announcement of her upcoming publication — an adult book with no title, no publication date, and presumably nothing else remotely substantial on which we can hypothesize.
Essentially, we know absolutely nothing, but we’ll always have the greatest weapon at our disposal: IMAGINATION. Check your cool caps at the door, guys — it’s time to do some imagining. We’ve given it some thought and have a few conjectures as to where this mysterious new book may be heading.
Crime thriller: My colleague Stephan Lee (arguably the Head Boy of EW’s books department) suggested our first stop: the crime genre. The Guardian surmised that the involvement of one David Shelly, the book editor of Rowling’s enigmatic project, may signal that a crime whodunit is in the works.
Shelley comes from a vivid background of crime and thriller publishing, and given Rowling’s propensity for a good mystery, it wouldn’t be that much of a departure from her talent. She could simply swap out supernatural Harry Potter words with gritty, real-world nouns, like “triple homicide” instead of “wizard’s duel” and “rapist” instead of “Hippogriff.”
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